Top Ten Reasons You’ll Want That Cranberry Good Good this Thanksgiving
To much acclaim, our imperial cranberry shandy, That Cranberry Good Good, is currently available in the Brewtique!
Essentially the big brother of The Bog, That Cranberry Good Good is a tart cranberry wheat ale, sweetened to perfection, and over twice the ABV of its little brother.
And we’ve got the top ten reasons you’ll want it for this Thanksgiving.
- Imperial. Bog. BOOM! It’s The Bog but turned up to 11. (Or, in this case, 8%.) Sweet and refreshing, you’ll be reminded of all of the wonderful things about summer — Summer 2019, of course — while warming yourself for brisk autumn nights.
- Sixteen glorious ounces. That’s ⅓ more than a 12-ounce can. It’s two cups of delicious. It’s 473.176 ml of cranberry love. That’s 1/252 of a barrel. That’s a serious amount of beer. It should be just enough to get you through the pleasantries before Thanksgiving dinner.
- Cranberries?!? At THANKSGIVING?!? That’s kind of a no-brainer. It’s the quintessential Thanksgiving fruit in beer form. What else do you really need for this holiday?
- It’s the official beer of Hamilton! (Okay, that’s not even remotely true.)
- Our fans have been absolutely clamoring for us to bring this one back. It’s only been available online for a day or so, and it’s already our top seller this month. Our fans know a thing or two — if this brew is flying off the shelves, there’s a good reason for it.
- You’ll be eating a metric ton of heavy foods this Thanksgiving, but That Cranberry Good Good is a light bit of refreshment. It’s the perfect counterpoint to your heavy meal!
- Raise your hand if your Thanksgiving involves the driest turkeys in America. (Note that this writer has both hands raised and is typing with his nose.) You’re gonna need something to wet your whistle!
- LOOK AT THAT CAN DESIGN! That thing is gorgeous. You can place it on your wall as a work of art. People will look at you funny, but that’s a thing you totally can do.
- There’s nothing more New Jersey than cranberries. In fact, New Jersey is one of the few places in the world where cranberries grow naturally! We like them so much, we’ve even got a town named Cranberry. (Okay, it’s Cranbury, but we know what they mean.)
- It’s only available at the Brewtique for a limited time. When it’s gone, it’s gone for 2020!